Monday, September 3, 2012

The DNC Convention: Abortion, Catholics, and the Gay Agenda

The Democratic National Convention Committee released a list of female speakers heavy with rabid-pro-abortion advocates, including: Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund; Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America; Lilly Ledbetter, the woman behind the equal pay law signed by President Obama; and Sandra Fluke, the former law school student who fell apart when called a name by radio host Rush Limbaugh for advocating health insurance coverage of birth control. Also the sham group “Catholics for Choice” will be holding a panel discussion on religious liberty; as well as a LGBT Caucus that I am sure will celebrate the inclusion of Gay Marriage in the DNC Platform.
This all makes me sick, not that they are speaking; because, even though I disagree with them, they still have the right to share their beliefs with those who want to listen. What bothers me is that many Catholics, who should really know better, fall for this garbage. I understand that many are uneducated, as I was, but if they are going to claim to be Catholic they should investigate what their Church actually teaches. When I was a liberal, I was a lapsed Catholic and claimed no allegiance to the Church. My problem with these Catholics-in-name-only is: if you are going to maintain membership in a religious institution than you need to take that assertion seriously. If you are truly a Catholic, vote as a Catholic.
Also, my heart goes out to these gay men and women who are being sold-out for their vote. Reminds me of the horrible scene in the film “Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang” when the two children are left alone, hungry and frightened, and the evil-child catcher lures them out of hiding with promises of free pastry and candy. The Democrats do not care for these people; they do not love them: they love their political power and money. They are only setting the trap. Building a false earthly paradise of sexual freedom. After my years in this lifestyle, over a decade later: I have still not recovered completely. There are psychological and physical wounds which will probably never heal. Wake-up!

1 comment:

  1. You have a good blog; a blog with good purpose. Keep it up!

    A note about the last few sentences: I want to believe that healing can be complete even as we are in this earth.